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Copyright & A2K Issues - 1 December 2020

This is a free online international Information Service covering various topics, including copyright, plagiarism and other IP matters, Open Access, open publishing, open learning resources, institutional repositories, scholarly communication, digitization and library matters, mobile technologies, issues affecting access to k

 

Copyright, Open Access & Scholarly Publishing Webinars (December 2020)

Copyright & A2K Issues - 3 November 2020

This is a free online international Information Service covering various topics, including copyright, plagiarism and other IP matters, Open Access, open publishing, open learning resources, institutional repositories, scholarly communication, digitization and library matters, mobile technologies, issues affecting access to knowledge (A2K), particularly in developing countries; WTO and WIPO treaties and matters; Free Trade Agreements and TRIPS Plus; u

Intellectual Property:

Openness is a Human Rights Issue: Copyright Amendment Bill and Access to Educational Materials in South Africa

https://bit.ly/2TN5AYK

The Domestic Effect of South Africa's Treaty Obligations: The Right to Education and the Copyright Amendment Bill

https://digitalcommons.wcl.american.edu/research/61/

Copyright & A2K Issues - 19 August 2019

This is a free online international Information Service covering various topics, including copyright, plagiarism and other IP matters, Open Access, open publishing, open learning resources, institutional repositories, scholarly communication, digitization and library matters, mobile technologies, issues affecting access to knowledge (A2K), particularly in developing countries; WTO and WIPO treaties and matters; Free Trade Agreements and TRIPS Plus; useful websites, conference alerts, etc.  Archives are available at: 

 

Open Access, A2K & Scholarly Communication:

SpringerOpen pricing trends 2018 – 2019

https://sustainingknowledgecommons.org/2019/08/13/springeropen-pricing-trends-2018-2019/

Top University Of California Scientists Tell Elsevier They'll No Longer Work On Elsevier Journals

https://bit.ly/31F0mjH

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